Tao Ye, Chinese vocabulary.
Pinyin: t á oy ě
Definition: 1. Potter and foundry. 2. It refers to making pottery and metallurgy; 3. Educating and shaping; cultivating character. 4. It means to be happy.
See "Xunzi · Wang Zhi": "so Ze people's foot is wood, mountain people's foot is fish, farmer's foot is machinery, worker's foot is millet."
They make pottery and smelt metal.
Metaphor is the cultivation of one's character and thought.
Potters and castors.
① "Mozi · Jieyong Zhong" says: "all kinds of craftsmen in the world are engaged in all kinds of work, such as wheelbarrow, cupboard and so on ② In Mencius Teng Wengong, it is said that "those who change their implements with millet are not cultivated by Li; those who change their implements with millet are not cultivated by Li."
It is called firing pottery and smelting metal.
③ In the first annals of the Ming Dynasty, it is said that "Yu Hengdian was engaged in the gathering and cultivation of mountains and rivers." Zheng Guanying's "School of dangerous words in the flourishing age" said: "those who are in the technical academy are engaged in steam turbine, telegraph, mining, edification, refining, weaving and so on."
To make and burn (porcelain).
In the book Tao Shuo · Tao Ye Tu Shuo written by Zhu Yan of the Qing Dynasty, "twenty Tao Ye Tu Shuo were handed over by the inner court, which were compiled in order to make Tu Shuo and presented to the emperor."
Pottery casting. Education and cultivation.
① According to the biography of Dong Zhongshu in the book of Han Dynasty, "when a minister hears the destiny, he is the order of heaven, the quality of life is the nature of nature, and the desire of human is the emotion. It's shaped by death or longevity, benevolence or despicability. It can't be pure beauty. " Yan shigu's note: "pottery is used as a metaphor to make tile, while metallurgy is used as a metaphor to make gold. The life of heaven is like this. " ② Wang Anshi of the Song Dynasty wrote in the book of ten thousand words of the upper Emperor: "what is the so-called edification? It's just a way to teach, to nurture, to take and to allow. " ③ The fifth poem of reading in a summer studio written by Sun Hua in the Qing and Tang Dynasties: "cultivate the soul, and the gold and jade come out of the stubborn mineral." ④ Zou Taofen's "since the Anti Japanese War" 22: "the flood furnace of this great era has cultivated how many Chinese modern young soldiers and how many Chinese future young soldiers!"
It means to be happy.
① Yan Zhitui of the Northern Qi Dynasty wrote in Yan's family precepts: it's a pleasure to cultivate one's spirit, to satirize and remonstrate calmly, and to get into one's taste ② The seventh poem of Du Fu's "relieving boredom" in the Tang Dynasty: "edify the spirit, preserve the substrate, change the new poem and chant it for a long time."
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